Sustainable growth is important to us so we are always very happy to hear from schools who are interested in joining the REAch2 family.
If you would like to arrange a conversation with a member of our senior team to learn more about REAch2 or becoming part of a multi-academy trust, please contact our Head of Programme Management, Lee Francis. Any conversion decisions will always be decided on a case-by-case basis and following robust due diligence.
Head of Programme Management
Regardless of whether schools are part of our MAT, we are always looking to see if there are areas where we can offer support across the sector as part of our central belief that every child deserves a rich, rewarding, education, regardless of their background.
As part of our drive for transparency, we are always willing to share our resources with neighbouring schools in a bid to drive school improvement.
If you would like to know more about what we do and how we do it, please do get in touch and we’d be delighted to see how we can help.
In the heart of Lawley Village, a transformational project is underway at Lawley Village Academy, signalling a new chapter in its educational journey. After navigating a challenging planning consultation over the summer, the academy is evolving from a 1FE Primary to a 2FE Primary and Nursery provision. The expansion, long overdue due to the rapid … Read More
In the ongoing pursuit of fostering regular attendance as a cornerstone of children’s education, Tidemill Academy has emerged as a beacon of excellence. Recently approved by the Department for Education (DFE), Tidemill Academy is the latest addition to the prestigious list of Attendance Hubs, taking a pivotal role in supporting and guiding schools across England … Read More
London Stansted has introduced the Jet Zero curriculum, aiming to inspire the next generation of environmentally conscious aviators. The program, designed for local schools like REAch2’s Water Lane Primary Academy, had its first session on October 13 at the Aerozone Education Centre. Using interactive game technology, Year 3 pupils explored the creation of sustainable aviation … Read More